Business & Retirement Guide to Belize
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|Format: ||Paperback, 218 pages|
|Other Information: ||black & white illustrations|
|Published In: ||Canada, 01 May 2011|
Belize is an English-speaking tropical paradise, with an azure Caribbean coast, accessible rainforest, lost jungle cities, and a cost-of-living that makes it affordable for Canadians, Americans, Europeans, as well as the emerging middle class of Mexico and Central America. It is one of the worlds most undiscovered secrets, a retirement haven and a safe place to park your money. This book is an introduction to living, working, and retiring in Belize, as well as owning property there. Bob Dhillon introduces the reader to the country, its beauty and friendly people, as well as to its economic attractions. Belize is a moveable feast the better you get to know it, the more you will enjoy it.
Table of Contents
Prologue: A Road Trip, A Road Trip!: Manhattan, 2007; Go For Broke: Bracknell, England 2005; Put Up Your Dukes & Write!: New York City, 1940s; Ragged & Ecstatic Joy: Denver, 1940s; A Plank Where All the Angels Dove Off: San Francisco, 1940s-1960s; Rough and Hard and Extreme: Mexico, 1950s-1960s; Not Akin to Lustful Thoughts: Europe and Africa, 1950s-1960s; The Perfect Ecstasy: Lowell, 1920s to Present; Golden Ash, Blissful Emptiness: New England, 1890s-1960s; It Was Pure, in My Heart: New Jersey and New York, 1920s-1990s; Canada Was My Bosom of God: Quebec, 1950s-1960s and Early Years; Down into the Darks: Southern United States, 1940s-1960s; Everything is Ecstasy: Central United States, 1940s-1990s; Epilogue -- Five Million of Stars: Quebec and Toronto; Index.
About the Author
Bob Dhillon is a self-made Canadian business success story. Working out of his car, Dhillon started selling homes at the age of nineteen and was a millionaire by the age of twenty-one. He then completed his MBA at the Richard Ivey School of Business in London, Ontario. He now owns seven thousand rental properties across the country in addition to his 2,700-acre island in Belize.Fred Langan has been a business reporter for CBC-TV News in Toronto, as well as for CBC Radio and www.cbc.ca. For more than ten years he hosted CBC News Business, the most popular daily business program in Canada. Langan worked for The Economist, Business Week, ?and The Christian Science Monitor for many years, as well as writing personal finance columns for the National Post. He lives in Toronto.
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